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campuses at all but admitted romney was criticized for ignoring polish voters and writing them off. >> guest: when you go to young voters and reach out you have a chance to reach out but this is one the most fascinating things of the campaign that was very under covered by he ran a program in iowa geared at a high-school students because you can vote in the primary if you are 17 and will be 18 for the general so he went to the high schools targeting high school seniors who were 17 years old to engage them and that is one of the reasons he won the iowa caucus because of the unprecedented the engagement of the 17 year-old high-school 17 drones a year identified. >> host: we are never too early what does a democrat running what do they need to keep in mind while targeting this particular generation? >> this generation wants to hear a positive message and wants to be brought to the table because they have been put on the chopping block and we have been left out and i've loved to see them engaging more young people in their campaigns. young people always work on campaign spent more peop
: if they go to the college campus is at all. mitt romney was criticized for largely avoiding the kawlija voters and maybe sort of giving up on them and writing them off. >> guest: the history is when you go to the young voters and reach out to them you have a chance of getting their vote, and barack obama even in 2008 this is one of the most fascinating things about the 2008 campaign the was very undercover is he actually ran a program in iowa on high school students called barack. so he was engaging in them and that is one of the reasons in the caucus is this unprecedented engagement on the part of 17-year-old high school students which he identified as a potential audience. >> host: with 2016 on the horizon it is never too early. >> guest: never too early. >> host: never too early. what is a democrat running let's say it's hillary clinton or a republican running or let's say it is chris christi for example, what do they need to keep in mind when targeting this particular generation? >> guest: i think that this generation wants to hear a positive message and be brought into the table be
at all. mitt romney and that campaign was criticized for largely avoiding college voters and maybe sort of giving up on them and writing them off. >> guest: yeah. i think that history is when you actually go to young street voters and reach out to them you have a chance of getting their vote. barack obama in 2008 -- one of the fascinating things about his campaign was that he actually rap a program in iowa, geared on high school students called barack stars because in iowa you can vote in the primary if you're 17 and will be 18 in the general. so he went to all these high schools targeting high school seniors and juniors who were 17 and engaging them and that is one of the reasons he actually won the iowa caucus is because of this unprecedented engagement on the part of 17-year-old high school students which he identified as a potential audience. >> host: will wishes 2016 on the horizon -- >> guest: never too early. >> host: what does a democrat running, let's say it's hillary clinton -- or a republican running -- let's say it's chris christie, for example -- what do they need to keep i
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